Sunday, April 18, 2010

The First Asemic Exhibit in Russia

"Live journal", performance by Edward Kulemin

Smolensk, April 17, 2010
Opening day of The First Asemic exhibit in Russia

Edawrd Kulemin wrapped in his own artworks is a live journal in the literal sense of the word.

Эдуард Кулёмин, завернутый в свои собственные работы, становится живым журналом.


Smolensk, April 17 – May 1, 2010

- Tim Gaze (Australia)
- John Bennett (USA)
- Reed Altemus (USA)
- Bernd Reichert (Belgium)
- Jim Leftwich (USA)
- Michael Jacobson (USA)
- Sheila Murphy (USA)
- Andrew Topel (USA)
- Nico Vassilakis (USA)
- David-Baptiste Chirot (USA)
- Gary Shipley (UK)
- Jean-Christophe Giacottino (France)
- Diana Magallon (Mexico)
- Satu Kaikkonen (Finland)
- Willy Melnikov (Russia, Moscow)
- Sveta Litvak (Russia, Moscow)
- Edward Kulemin (Russia, Smolensk)
- Yuri Gik (Russia, Moscow)
- Dmitry Babenko (Russia, Krasnodar)

Asemic exhibit are combined with quick show of works from ‘The Last Vispo anthology’ (editors – Nico Vassilakis & Crag Hill).

PDF catalogue will be available in a week after opening day.

- Gleb Kolomiets
- Inna Kirillova
Here is a link to photos of the exhibit:


Unknown said...

I am very happy that this exhibit happened, but I hope that the next one will take place somewhere more close to home, preferably my local shopping mall...

rappel said...

what does it say on the yellow tape across his mouth?

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